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Can the IQ of an AI program be measured?

Short answer: No. Longer answer: It depends on what IQ exactly is, and when the question is asked compared to ongoing development. The topic you're referring to is actually more commonly described as ...
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If IQ is used as a measure of intelligence in humans, could it also be used as a measure of intelligence in machines?

It depends on how the IQ test is presented: If as for humans (effectively, as a video of the book containing the test questions being opened etc), then all AI programs would score zero. If presented ...
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If IQ is used as a measure of intelligence in humans, could it also be used as a measure of intelligence in machines?

at this point in time, what would be the IQ of our most intelligent AI systems? Zero. There are many different kinds of IQ tests including written, visual, and verbal assessments, but the majority of ...
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Can the IQ of an AI program be measured?

The other answers are correct that machine IQ test results are currently not indicative of machine intelligence. One of the surprising facts of human intelligence is that performance on almost all ...
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Can the IQ of an AI program be measured?

It all depends of what your A.I. can do. Even humans cannot do everything. If your AI program is so smart, ask it to take the general IQ tests for humans. Because the real IQ tests are made of ...
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Could it be probable to quantify or measure the IQ of a super-intelligent machine like GPT?

tl;dr– Yes, we can give machines IQ-tests. And we basically already do, just often skipping the last step of explicitly recognizing an IQ-score. IQ-scores can be assigned based on relative ...
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Can the IQ of an AI program be measured?

All these questions are fully covered in the book The Measure of All Minds Evaluating Natural and Artificial Intelligence (Orallo, 2017) An excerpt from the description give a good overview: By ...
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